- Loving @DervalORourke's new cookbook, Food for the Fast Lane. I can see why it's become a No 1 bestseller. Congrats! http://t.co/pNJEmrZpjW #
- @LillyHiggins @IrishTimes @IrishTimesFood best of luck Lilly! #
- @CorinaHardgrave hilarious! Did some actually use the word 'eaties'?! #
- @CorinaHardgrave thanks Corinna! Really looking fwd to it :) #
- RT @CorinaHardgrave: Want to be a Food Writer? @holymackers is holding a food writing workshop on Sat and Sun.. and there’s lunch! Book at http://t.co/6pjwxakNp6 #
- RT @RCSI_Irl: Well done to the #Skillet team who served up an amazing meal for guests at RCSI last night @YMCAIreland http://t.co/kNvpHdQwe4 #
- @DailySpud @YMCAIreland @RCSI_Irl thanks for coming Aoife and supporting it! #
- @No1Culinarian @forkncork @Declanmaxwell @DublinFoodie likewise Anthony, hope you get a well-deserved rest! #
Category Archives: GMOs
Here’s a question that just popped up in my inbox: Can a wonky potato, some markers and a packet of crisps change the course of Irish Agriculture? It was asked by a woman who will be familiar to many people interested in the future of Irish food, the inimitable Kaethe Burt-O’Dea. The implicit question being posed by Kaethe was also, do you fancy a healthy and unique day out this coming weekend, where your physical work out is rewarded by a bag of spuds for the Christmas table AND a good story to tell while you’re eating them, one that involves you helping to save the future of Irish agriculture? Kaethe is one of founders and drivers of SPUDS, which was launched in 2012 “as a proactive response to the decision to trial genetically modified (GM) blight resistant potatoes in Ireland”. Read the rest of this entry
Listen. What’s that noise?
It’s Galway calling. I’ve been trying to ignore it for days, even weeks, but it won’t stop at me.
The city that’s really a village (in the same way that Dublin’s really a town) is throwing another party this weekend you see. And like all great parties – something this village-city knows a thing or two about – the best action is going to be in the kitchen.
They’re calling this party a food festival, or ‘Galway Food Festival’ to be precise, but of course a party is a party by any other name. Especially when you’ve the likes of Mr Whippy Soundsystem whipping up a soundtrack for the Feast on a Street in Crane Square on Easter Monday afternoon (with roast pig-on-a-spit from Kai & Cava, and a potato-carrying competition to boot). Read the rest of this entry
We need to talk. I haven’t been blogging much in recent weeks. I feel I need to explain.
You might think it’s because I’ve been busy off living my life, not giving you a second thought. But quite the contrary. It’s not me I’ve been thinking about, it’s you. Or to be more precise, your food.
Yes, the future of your food has been quite the recurring theme in my offline life of late. Read the rest of this entry
A brief posting this and one I’ll follow up on, but I attended a press conference today which was called to raise awareness that our outgoing Minister for Agriculture Brendan Smyth is, in the last few days of governance, travelling … Read the rest of this entry